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Embassy of Malaysia

 3516 International Court, NW, Washington DC 20008 

Tel:  (202) 572-9700, Fax: (202) 572-9882, Email: malwashdc@kln.gov.my 

 

 

ISSUANCE OF DAMAGE MALAYSIAN PASSPORT 

AT EMBASSY OF MALAYSIA, WASHINGTON DC 

 

 

Download and Complete

1. Form Im.42    (Please print on both side of paper. Printing on two pieces of paper will not be accepted)

                                                 

2. Registration Form

3. Damage Passport Inquries forms 

                                                                                                   

                                                                                                          

Additional Document

             ·        Cover Letter explaining why the Passport is damage

   ·        2 Copies of Malaysian Identity Card  

             ·        2 Copies of Birth Certificate  

             ·        2 Copies of Citizenship (if applicable) 

             ·        2 Copies of Marriage Certificate (if applicable) 

             ·        2 Copies of Permanent Resident Card  

             ·        2 Copies of letter from your employer/school confirming your status  

             ·        2 Copies proof of visa status                                   

             ·        The fee via US Postal Money Order (NO PERSONAL CHECK) made

                    payable to Embassy of Malaysia USD80.00 = MY 300.00(for 32

                    pages)                       

             ·        Four (4) passport-sized taken within 2 weeks (Foto requirement

             ·      For return postage US$17.50 postage stamps- (one single stamp). 

 

IMPORTANT NOTE:  

  

v     Please be sure to place your right thumb print the application form IM.4

                in black ink 

v     All the applications will be send back to Malaysia and will be 

               invistagate by the Immigration Department in Malaysia for approval

               and issuance of new passport. This process will take between three to

               six months (sometimes more) to complete. 

v     All supporting documents MUST be certified by a Notary Public,

                failure to do so will only delay the process of your application

 


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